Cajun food is most identified with Louisiana.
Olive oil is a food substance, Sugar is a food substance etc.
based on serving of the food
This substance is mainly used (approximately 70%) as a fertilizer for water paddies in Japan. This substance is also used as an electrolyte for dry cell batteries, flux agent for coating sheet iron with zinc, agents for tinning, food additives, therapeutic drugs etc. In the U.S., this substance is mainly used as a feed additive to prevent the formation of calculi for cattle. This substance has been ingested for a long time by humans. This substance can be added directly to human food in the U.S. and is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) [US FDA]. Bottled water containing this substance as chloride up to 250.0 mg/L is allowed as potable [US Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act]. This substance is approved as drug in several countries for electrolyte replenishment or expectorants and as food additive (fermentation and blowing agent) without use restrictions in Japan. This substance is also used as food additive (flavors) in Germany. This substance has been available as a therapeutic agent in Canada since its introduction in 1925. It has been used as a mild diuretic, an expectorant, a weight-reducing agent and a urineacidifying agent.
yes it is a food substance that provide energy
a food substance found in many foods what is
none it is a substance so it does not belong to a food group
Its been nourished by the food the mother takes which is been converted into a liquid substance and later sent to the embryo through the placenta
food substance stored in the body it is fat
fibre is the answer. It is a food substance and that is why we need an intake of fibre.
The food substance that is created during photosynthesis is a poduct of sugar.
The black substance on burnt food is mostly carbon.
Food is an organic substance.
No food intended for human consumption contains sperm cells. If you find you've been served food in a restaurant with what looks like semen or any other bodily substance, you should contact the manager and the police.
The answer to your question, is cholesterol a lipid is YES. The term lipids describes an entire class of fats and fat-like substances in the blood. Cholesterol is a type of lipid. Where blood is watery lipids can be identified by their waxy or oily consistency. Cholesterol is a fat-like substance with a waxy consistency that is produced in the livers of humans and other animals. Lipids are fats, when a food is high in cholesterol it simply means that the food is high in a waxy substance. This waxy substance is classified as a lipid. Having to much of this waxy substance in the body can have serious health problems including heart disease. All cholesterol is a type of lipid but not all lipids are a type of cholesterol.
The process of changing food into a simpler substance is called COMBUSTION
Many substances are food, but not all of them.
Water is one thing that is removed to preserve food. For example jerky. Taking away microbes by sterilizing, you prevent their regrowth. For example canned food.
the chlorophyll is the green substance that allows the plant to make it's own food.
Historically its been known as Ectoplasm. Throughout the years scientists have studied these substances and it has been shown to be everything from gauze cloth, to household food items.
the four food substance: starch & carbohydrates,fats & oil,proteins and vitamins